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, and al qaeda. joining us is a fellow on the middle east. thank you for staying with us. from hartford, connecticut, we have scott bates, president of the center for national policy. and by satellite from london, he was just speaking at the first debate, he is with the henry jackson society. thank you for being with us, all our guests. is yemen, which is attracting all the attention right now, really the most dangerous of all the al qaeda danger zones? on a scale of one as very dangerous, how dangerous is it? >> it has been dangerous for a while. the big problem in terms of terrorism and counter-terrorism is to work from this glamorous approach. we need to go past that. yemen is a problem, but you have a big, important attack every week in afghanistan. we would be talking about it if syria was not at the top of the priorities. syria for a while was important. now we have begun to talk about women. before that it was afghanistan, -- now we have begun to talk about yemen. we cannot just focus on one country every six months. >> the longstanding president regime, he was ousted. did that m
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and clearing out in hartford we had the rain earlier, now a cluster of three different showers and storms, let's show you where they are headed come -- one area moving in to southern howard, starting to feel the rain. probably hearing the thunder. you see that storm coming in on the southern sky and then across further west into the edge of frederick, coming out of the station headed up into walkersville, another shower of concern. this is widely scattered activity and if you are going for instance to the big concert tonight, i think -- a pass i go shower or storm perhaps but anything should be fairly fast moving and clear the area fairly quickly. now future radar into the day tomorrow, be prepared for more pop up showers and storms, maybe more widespread basis we think for your friday afternoon. dundock, weather in motion more you. cloudy skies and then a sun break and then we get a good day and then scattered rain. now as we look at the eastern side of the city we ebanksly the overcast sky. 84 degrees, some spots today reach that 90-degree mark. more summer like today. anywhere you are this
in hartford county has some parents threatening to take legal action. รงรงรง >>> u.p.s. says because of the president's new healthcare plan it is going to be forced to cut 15,000 workers' spouses from their insurance rolls. it all came down in a memo to employees where u.p.s. said that it will discontinue coverage of husbands and wives eligible for insurance with their own employers. the company says it it expects healthcare costs to go up by more than 11% next year, partially because of a new requirement that dependent children be covered up to the age of 26. >>> [ inaudible ] message to drug dealers. it has the phrase taken from an armed cocaine dealer painted on the side. more showers and thunderstorms redeveloping toward the afternoon time frame, maybe even as late as -- early as later this morning. all we need is a few peeks of sunshine, that's going to happen as well and that's going to make the atmosphere on the unstable side. lots of moisture to work with this morning and this afternoon. we're talking about dewpoints in the low 70s to mid- to upper 60s. we can see that right
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institute --www.ncicap.org-- hartford county man accused of murder and cannibalism pleads guilty, but not criminally responsible due to mental illness. he was charged with first-degree murder after police say he killed a man who had been scaling with -- staying with his family, and then ate parts of the body back in 2012. he ate the heart and parts of the brain. prosecutors, the attack happened days after the former oregon state university student beat a classmate with a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. two men are in the hospital after a shooting last night outside casablanca bar. they were working as security guards at the bar. police said they denied entry to three men who did not have identification. one of the men went to his car, returned with a handgun, and began shooting. at this hour, no word on the condition of the victims. three triple shootings over the weekend. a seven-year-old child was shot while playing outside. a reporter joins us from outside police headquarters with the latest on both investigations. >> one man was shot in east baltimore. 2 more were shot i
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$350 by switching to the aarp auto insurance program from the hartford. plus, you'll get benefits that reward your driving record. ke our promise that you won't be dropped. wait, you won't drop me? seriously? that's right, you won't be dropped. and, if you know anyone who's been dropped by their insurance company, you know that's a hassle you don't need. especially these days. plus you'll get recovercare, which helps you pay for everyday needs like housecleaning, lawn care and pet services if you're injured in an accident. so my auto insurance is going to help pay the housecleaning if i'm injured? did you say lawn care? and if i can't walk my dog, they'll help me pay someone to do it for me? call the number on your screen to switch to the aarp auto insurance program from the hartford and be rewarded for your experience behind the wheel. recovercare, auto insurance that helps take care of me. now i've seen it all. you won't drop me, you take care of me as well as my car, and you offer savings to switch. it's unbelievable! if you're 50 or over call now to request your free quote. i'
10:30 p.m. saturday night, a hartford county sheriff's deputy shot him. authorities say he had broken into a snowball stand. minutes before, he was inside the bp and a nearby 711. he trashed both places and punched a man. stand, ahe snowball sheriff's office spokesman said he charged the deputy from a short distance and it was unclear if he was armed. >> when the suspects came out of the building, what did the deputy see and proceed? at this point, we believe that deputy was in fear and fired. >> i have to give the benefit of the doubt to police at this time. but i want to know all the details of why the threshold was crossed. >> he said he was bating depression and five months ago checked himself into a psychiatric facility. his father believes that on saturday night he was hanging out with some friends and that is how he got access to the drugs. he took something that all to let the killed him. -- ultimately killed him. and now i have no son. it ultimately, my son made that decision. >> the deputy who fired the shot has been on the job for two years and is on administrative leave pe
desperate. he shows up at an aa meeting in hartford, and there's joshua. and joshua started talking to him about ways to make some real money. >> good morning, everyone. >> good morning, this. >> this is a continued hearing in a matter of complaint brought by the hartford currant against the town of cheshire. >> we applied through the town of cheshire for more material right after the crime took place. we finally got new information yesterday, a complete transcript with the time of the initial call from the bank official regarding mrs. petit being at the bank, saying she might be held hostage to the time the suspects were arrested outside the petit household. and our review of this document, which is heavily edited, to protect potential witnesses of the town, has told us, raises the possibility that officers on alert could have maybe stopped this car with the suspect and mrs. petit as they were coming home from the bank. perhaps could have beat them back to the house, could have separated the two suspects at that time. and maybe things would have had a different outcome. and what's still o
/2 weeks before the first day of school, hartford county parents are hit with a double whammy. they'll not only have to pay for their kids to participate in clubs and sports but getting to school could be a challenge for magnet students with several because routes now cut. >> it will be a daily chore to get rides, because my mom works late. >> reporter: the school board decided it's the only way to combat adds 20 million deficit digging deep into the pockets of parents. >> the idea that this is in the best interest of the students, i don't agree. >> reporter: neither do county officials. >> they have more than $13 million in a budget surplus for the school system. >> reporter: but the budgeting committee says no, they don't. they blame the deficit on a $6 million cut in state funding and a $15 million increase in expenditure. >> changes of any kind are always difficult for everyone involved and we are committed to working with parents in the community and families. to make this transition as easy as possible. >> reporter: teachers worry the pay to play policy may leave some kids out
with the hartford county school board to talk about a pay to play policy. the school board voted to charge $50 for students who play sports and $25 for those who take part in activities. today hartford county's web site is launching today with more details about the fees. right now we know those student who is qualify for free and reduced meals will not have to pay the money, and parents will not be charged until their son or daughter's name appears on that roster. as you and your children get ready to do that back to school shopping, consider helping those less fortunate because abc2 has teamed up with the preston mitchell junior foundation for our annual school supply drive. we have donation sites up in almost every single neighborhood. if you want a full list of where you can donate head to abc2news.com/school supplies and tomorrow is the last day of the drive, so it's a good chance and a good time to get involved. >>> baltimore city and baltimore firefighters union have reached a deal on a new contract. in this agreement it includes increased salaries and modified shift structures. under t
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. they're redirecting traffic around that mess. also watching in hartford county another crash, this is old mountain street causing some delays. oh, boy, i think that camera is broken. that's 695, it was at hartford road. guys, back to you. >>> we'll be back in 30 minutes for another update on news, weather and traffic. >> until then back to new york now for "good morning america." you can always stay with us at abc2news.com. hey, mike, they fixed the camera. >>> in the beginning, i was a victim. but now, knowing everyone out there is helping me, i consider myself a survivor instead. my mom raised me to be strong. >> that's hannah anderson, speaking for the first time on camera about what happened when she was kidnapped. and the new allegations, now, from her abductor. >> a lot to get to there. >>> and drama nor the star of "the good wife." julianna margulies going head-to-head with the managers who are making claims on her money. >>> and then the wing-walking whiz kids. they're the 9-year-olds doing a daring stunt at 100 miles per hour. you will meet them. look at them. all c
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towards the cape, boston, providence, newport. it's starting to end in hartford. again, southern new england, you'll have a little bit of rain to deal with and we'll clear it out. forecast, little bit of wet weather in the northeast. not a bad day. the middle of the country, brian, there's people in schools, high school kids on football fields. it's still 95 to 100 from texas to minneapolis. >> hydrate, be safe. >>> coming up on the top of the hour, "morning joe," a team is back, willie, barnacle, mika, joe. the white house is weighing its actions to chemical weapons and use in syria. what's on the table and what could impact that decision. when we come back here, we have the cooler. canadian reporter advocating women's rights and she's not afraid to show a little skin to make her point. we'll be right back. [ whispering ] uh! i had a nightmare! the house caught fire and we were out on the streets. [ whispering ] shhh. it's only a dream. and we have home insurance. but if we made a claim, our rate would go up... [ whispering ] shhh. you did it right. you have allstate claim rate guar
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toward portions of hartford county. south of the city haven't seen a drop. down by annapolis probably going to stay dry. we have some heavy rain going on. a flash flood warning remains in effect for southwest york county. we'll watch this move through the area over the next hour or two. finally west of frederick it will taper off. we expect to see more coming in tomorrow. 80 in d.c., no rain there. 72 elkton. 63 in oakland. we have plenty of moisture. 81, 69 today. 88, 66 the normals. the records 105 and 53. no wind but d.c. has a southerly wind pushing the rain up the bay. there's a coastal flood advisory through tomorrow because of the southerly winds. still a batch of showers and storms popping to the southwest. kind of an upper air disturbance moving through the air this afternoon and tonight. that's what caused the showers. tomorrow we'll see another batch of showers to develop somewhere in kentucky, ohio, indiana. we'll get some sun tomorrow, humid, scattered showers into friday before we see drier air move in. looks like maybe saturday afternoon. the storm will get very close t
from habita for humanity which usually covers hartford and cecil. this time though they went overseas, they left for ke in, ya july 27th to help build a home for this man and his children it's an effort volunteers know goes brick by brick. rebuilding the airport will be a similar task. >> quite -- [inaudible] back to where it's operational is going to be huge. big. >> reporter: a huge operation that goes on some flights come in. the crew those as they are called still doesn't know when they will go out. they were supposed to leave yesterday they are now safely in a hotel they told people back home is great. waiting like so many others. >> really -- very soon and things work out really well . >> reporter: soon enough to send them back to do good work here at home. abc 2news. >> the crew is flying back on british airways. >> the flights could happen tonight but they don't know yet. >> other news, some news updates, he killed his wife and buried her under a slab in her backyard. now, robert jarrod junior will spend 30 years in jail. christine disappeared in 1991. he continued to li
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. overo land -- for basically this side hartford, not much rain. right now we have 87 degrees. winds are west at 12. sunset gets ever earlier. 7:52 now. won't belong before it'll be down by a quarter of eight. day planner tomorrow, not a bad day to be on the water bay water temperature around 80 create. warm as it gets all year. the winds are out of the west and that's important. the winds have turned westerly. that will give you a bit of a break down at the stadium and will eventually start to knock down the humidity. we see the numbers dropping humidity wise down into the 50s and so this will feel a lot more comfortable by this time tomorrow night. give it 24 hours, you will walk outside and say where did the humidity go. great travel weather on friday wherever your weekend plans take you. looks outstanding for saturday or sunday. it'll be a good one. no tropical threats, no big rain threats. that's an improvement. good for the concert too. scattered showers up into cleveland. that's where the front is hanging out. this cool front that's lining up in the great lakes right now. this
suburban baltimore county will be doing. financially strapped hartford county schools will charge for extracurricular activities. one student will have to pay $150, $50 per sport. a lot of parents not too happy about this. can public schools really charge students to play sports like this? >> they can and they have. there's a recent article in forbes that highlights how many schools are doing this. not only that they talk about how it started as a temporary stopgap to help schools pay for things because that you are budgets were so strapped. i think there are two things we need to point out. in this hartford case, parents are so upset about this because they didn't find out until two weeks before school. it's you didn't give us any time to pry to prepare for it. we've seen pay to play in sports for many years now. what we haven't seen and i think is kind of new is this also applies to all extracurricular activities. $50 for sports and $25 if your kid wants o be in the spanish club or math club or theater. you have multiple kids doing multiple things. there was one family in ohio t
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